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    Re: Use A Micro Trolling Rig When Trout & Salmon Have Lockjaw!

    Cal/Wes thanks for the video, have used same setup with grubs at Eagle Lake in the past. I always carry a set of split ring pliers to change things up while on the water......Jetspray
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    Quote Originally Posted by MKE View Post
    Nice video been trolling the spoon fly set up for 20+ years when it gets tough but I swap out the treble hook with a single seawash hook and tie my leader off that single hook bend because the trout will still eat the spoon in a lot of occasions. Sometimes I'll use a longer leader and put an action disc in front of the fly. It's one of my first set ups for slow trolling Pyramid lake. In fact I'll tie up 5-6 different combinations the night before.
    I really like the invisa hoochy for Kokes I never would have thought about using that but now I will. Thanks for broadening the horizon on that set up.
    Thanks for those tips, might give some a try next time I am able to use the boat. Rivers are still raging right now though......Jetspray
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    Re: Use A Micro Trolling Rig When Trout & Salmon Have Lockjaw!

    Nice video been trolling the spoon fly set up for 20+ years when it gets tough but I swap out the treble hook with a single seawash hook and tie my leader off that single hook bend because the trout will still eat the spoon in a lot of occasions. Sometimes I'll use a longer leader and put an action disc in front of the fly. It's one of my first set ups for slow trolling Pyramid lake. In fact I'll tie up 5-6 different combinations the night before.
    I really like the invisa hoochy for Kokes I never would have thought about using that but now I will. Thanks for broadening the horizon on that set up.
    Last edited by MKE; 06-15-2019 at 06:00 AM.

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